There are lots of people out there who feel pain when they sip coffee or eat ice cream, or take a bite out of something hard. If sensitive teeth are a problem for you, talk to us about it at The Center for Dental Anesthesia in Alexandria.
In many cases, sensitive teeth respond to something as simple as changing toothpaste. Most major toothpaste brands have a sensitive teeth version of their products. They can be very effective; many patients say they’ve helped within a week or so of use.
A possible cause of sensitivity is receding gums, which exposes microscopic holes in the teeth. When that happens, food and drinks that are hot or cold reach nerve cells that cause pain. We can evaluate the state of your gums, and whether something like the way you brush your teeth is a contributing factor.
There could also be a worn filling or new cavity. Treatment for that is as simple as replacing a worn one or filling the new cavity.
The important thing is to let us know what’s going on, at The Center for Dental Anesthesia in Alexandria. People throughout northern Virgina, Fairfax, and Prince William County call us for family and restorative dentistry, and much more. Schedule your next checkup with us today!
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